Some die after being tasered; some are badly hurt. Their angry loved ones regularly appeal for justice in the media. Are tasers really safe, or just an easy way for some in law enforcement not to have to work too hard? A look at America’s love affair with the “safe” law-enforcement toy, the stun gun.
A review of Hollywood’s most irate.
On February 16, 1968, the first 911 call was placed. It probably wasn’t long after that that the first 911 non-emergency call was placed. A look at some outrageous use and abuse of 911.
Does watching a high-heeled woman stomp the life out of a kitten float your boat? Probably not. But there exists a subculture of humanity that scours the internet for so-called “crush videos.” Now the legality of such videos–and whether banning them violates free speech rights–is debated in Federal court.
The eccentric “homefree” hitchhiker who became a Youtube sensation after saving a woman from a “giant racist” is now accused of murder. In this below video, McGillvary describes the abuse he endured as a child. The audio comes from a radio interview he gave before his arrest.
A young woman agrees to go on camera to talk about the injuries she sustained at the hands of her children’s father. According to cameraman Larry Mellick, who has a channel dedicated to emergency room procedures, the woman sustained a deep 3 cm forehead laceration that required stitches. She also suffered severe bruising and was choked to unconsciousness during the assault.